Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
Changed fuel pump won't start
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your problem may be one of the following:
First check or just replace the fuel filter. Usually located under the car in front of the rear axle, drivers side.
Next, the fuel pump may be worn out. Usually they just stop working (running).
Next, check the fuel pressure regulator. Usually located on the front fuel rail, drivers side.
Is the vacuum line attached? Not leaking or rotted?
Also, do you smell a strong fuel odor when it won't start? May be one or more stuck-open injectors, or the coil pack is bad.
Checking these in the order listed will more than likely fix your problem.
The clicking noise indicates the battery can no longer run the starter, which also means the fuel pump won't run either.
Have you hooked a scanner to the computer and checked the oxygen sensor(s)? If they are bad they could lean out the engine. The MAF Sensor can cause starting issues. Check the filter side of the MAF Sensor for any debris. I have found feathers, leaves, rags, etc. in them.
Remember an engine needs three things to work properly...Air / Fuel / Ignition(Spark)
Posted on Aug 25, 2011
Start with the passlock security system. It includes the ignition key, ignition switch, and passlock module undder the dash. Had the same problem. It was the security system shutting off the fuel to the injectors after the initial start but dies in one second. VERY common problem fo GM and chevy.
Posted on Oct 18, 2012
"No Bus" means something happened between the body computer and the engine computer. They are not connected to each other.
Usually a fuse, one of the computers, or the wiring harness in between.
Posted on Apr 07, 2013
i would check the fuel pressure first,then check for ignition spark,compression test and timing chain marks,when you run out of gas the engine backfires and it jumps timing.
Posted on Oct 24, 2015
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